Reba McEntire will be featured on ABC News’ Superstar series set to air tomorrow (12/8) at 10p ET. The special will be available the next day on Hulu.
The press release about the special reads: “From her humble beginnings on an Oklahoma cattle ranch to her rise as one of country music’s most influential stars, this one-hour special explores the experiences, triumphs, and losses that made Reba a household name.” The show promises “rare childhood photos and intimate behind-the-scenes videos” that will “reveal her story of grit and determination in a male-dominated industry.”
The TV event features interviews with artists that know and admire Reba, including Carrie Underwood, Darius Rucker, Dierks Bentley, Dolly Parton, Kristin Chenoweth, Lainey Wilson, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Melissa Peterman, Miranda Lambert, Nick Jonas, Vince Gill, and Wynonna Judd.
Meanwhile, Reba is getting in the Christmas spirit in a big way as she released her Ultimate Christmas Collection. She posted to Instagram last week, “December 1 means you can officially start listening to Christmas music with no judgment, right?!?! My Ultimate Christmas Collection is now available!”
Fans were thrilled with one responding, “So very amazing cheerful as I ever get listen to you, Miss Reba!” Another fan wrote with glee, “Yes, the 80’s hair is back!” One more fan commented, “That is one gorgeous Christmas Song, Reba, with your incredible voice.”
In an earlier post on Instagram, Reba shared a charity she is helping this holiday season. She captioned a video explaining, “I’m coming together with my @umgnashville labelmates for a special charitable holiday initiative to benefit @1strcf, and you can join us! Visit CharityStars.com/REBA to enter to win my ‘Ultimate New York City VIP’ Experience, including two of my personal ‘Friends & Family’ tickets to see me in concert at Madison Square Garden on April 15, 2023, a Broadway.com gift card to use towards a Broadway show of your choice, a hotel stay at the New York Marriott Marquis, plus much more! Use code REBA for 100 free entries. Proceeds raised provide scholarships & mental health services to children who have lost a parent in the line of duty.”